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END-OF-TERRACE CHARACTER THREE BEDROOM COTTAGE REQUIRING FULL RENOVATION! TOP VILLAGE ADDRESS! GENEROUS PRVATE SOUTH-FACING REAR GARDEN! HUGE SCOPE TO EXTEND AT REAR AND CONVERT LOFT AREA (subject to planning permission)! STONE BUILT DETACHED OUTBUILDING! This intriguing cottage is perfect for the aspiring young buyer looking to put their stamp on a country cottage or for a developer looking for a exciting renovation project with scope for extension. The current owner has lived in the cottage and village for many happy decades and bears testimony to the village and area. The accommodation briefly comprises entrance lobby, lounge, kitchen, utility/conservatory and ground floor bathroom. On the first floor is a landing area and three bedrooms. At the rear of the property is a delightful 45' south-facing garden with rear access at the side via a shared pathway. The cottage is near the centre of the popular village of Bradford Abbas which is conveniently placed mid-way between the historic Abbey town of Sherborne and the local regional centre of Yeovil. The village has a good number of amenities including a church, a primary school, a public house, a village shop and a sports and social club. Bradford Abbas is only a short drive to the popular, picturesque town of Sherborne with its coveted high street, buzzing, popular out-and-about culture, boutique stores, organic bakeries, coffee shops, restaurants, gastro-pubs and farmers market. Sherborne also boasts the breath-taking Sherborne Abbey building, Alms Houses and world-famous Sherborne private schools. It also has the mainline railway station in the centre of the town, making London Waterloo in just over two hours without changing your seat. ONE TO VIEW - BE QUICK!
Front pathway and steps lead to storm porch, outside light, uPVC double glazed front door leads to
Window to the front
Glazed door leads to main reception room
MAIN RECEPTION ROOM: 14' x 12'6
Multi pane cottage window to the front enjoying pleasant street scenes. Pine window seat. Exposed beam work. Tiled open fireplace and hearth.
Pine panelled door leads to
KITCHEN: 13'6 maximum x 6'5
A range of fitted kitchen units. Stainless steel sink bowl and drainer unit. Tiled surrounds. Roll edge laminated work surface. Drawers and cupboards under. Space for upright fridge/freezer. A range of matching wall mounted cupboards. Window to the rear with window seat. Telephone point.
Door leads to under stairs cupboard space.
Pine stable door leads to rear lobby, doors lead off rear lobby to
CONSERVATORY/UTILITY ROOM: 6'9 x 9'5
Double uPVC double glazed French doors to the rear garden.
A fitted suite comprising of low level WC, pedestal wash basin, panelled bath. Panelled surrounds. uPVC double glazed window to the rear.
Entrance from the main reception room leads to stair well rising to the first floor.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Hatch to loft space offering scope for loft conversion, subject to the necessary planning permission. Doors lead to linen cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder and immersion heater. Slatted shelving.
Doors lead off first floor landing to bedrooms.
BEDROOM ONE- 10'7 x 13'9 maximum
Multi-pane cottage window to the front. Exposed beam work. Fitted wardrobes and dressing table with storage cupboards above.
BEDROOM TWO- 8'7 x 8'5
A second double bedroom with uPVC double glazed window to the rear overlooking the rear garden.
BEDROOM THREE- 10'4 x 5'10
A single bedroom with south-facing window to the rear. Overlooking the rear garden. Built in wardrobe cupboard space.
At the front of the property there is a front garden laid to concrete providing wheelie bin storage area. Outside light. A gate and pathway to the side of the property gives shared access to rear gate leading to the rear garden.
REAR GARDEN: 45' x 17'9
This pretty garden enjoys a sunny south facing aspect and is fully enclosed by natural stone walling and timber fencing. Laid mainly to lawn, it enjoys a paved patio area and a variety of shaped flowerbeds and borders. There are various mature trees, mature plants and shrubs. Outside tap. Coal bunker. Detached natural stone shed.
Please note: This property offers ample scope for further extension and loft conversion, subject to necessary planning consent. At present, it requires full renovation.
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